Vist a Museum
History comes alive in our nation’s museums, and many of these institutions have events, conferences and celebrations surrounding Black History Month. Get out there and see first-hand our nation’s collective historical treasures.
Contact your elected official
One of the best ways to get the ball rolling toward a better society is by contacting members of Congress. Ask them what they have planned for Black History Month and what specific legislative actions they plan to take to ensure that your community never backtracks in its pledge to provide opportunities for each and every person.
Read, read, and read some more
Libraries and bookstores — not to mention online repositories and booksellers — are positively overflowing with amazing works of literature, history, and biography. Find a book about a piece of black history that you were previously unaware of and get educated.
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